Aggressive and energetic is what Captain Chigumbura will be this World cup, predicts Ganesha.
The promising all-rounder who is just in his early twenties, Elton Chigumbura is one happy man! The recently appointed captain of Zimbabwe, Elton has willingly taken up the responsibility of his team for the 2011 CWC. The cricketer who made his d?but into the world of cricket at a tender age of 15, definitely has his young age working as an advantage. With a string of achievements to his name already, Elton is slowly but surely on his way to join the league of extraordinary sports persons. An ODI expert, Elton is a reliable middle order batsman as well as a good seam bowler, and is considered to be the fastest in his country’s current squad at 140kms/hr, when at his best.
Zimbabwe, as a cricket team, is still to prove its potential in an international tournament. Will Elton be able to fulfil his responsibilities as a captain in the upcoming CWC? Ganesha finds out with the help of Vedic astrology.
After going through Elton Chigumbura’s natal chart, Ganesha notes that there is a conjunction of Sun and Jupiter in Aquarius in Elton’s chart as per Vedic Astrology System. This conjunction gives him intelligence. He would not take impractical decisions. Mercury is retrograde and is placed with exalted Venus, which creates Neech Bhang. This also favours him and boosts his luck. Mars in Scorpio gives him great vitality and force. Ganesha feels that during 2011 World Cup, Elton’s performance is going to be good, throughout. His energy levels are going to be on an all time high, due to transit of Mars over Natal Jupiter and Sun. He will be very aggressive in this world cup, and this will help his team, a great deal. However, he wouldn’t take decisions in a fit of rage. Jupiter’s transit over exalted Venus and retrograde Mercury indicates that he will use his intelligence to the advantage of his team. His batting will be much better as compared to his bowling in this world cup, feels Ganesha.
With Ganesha’s Grace
The GaneshaSpeaks Team
17 Feb 2011